Shopkeeping is a core element of gameplay, as it is the primary way to earn coins.

The shop starts with 1 table, but can be upgraded to a maximum of 6 (18 slots in total), allowing the player to sell more items at a time.

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Tending to customers

Running the Shop[edit | edit source]

Opening and Closing[edit | edit source]

The shop is opened and closed by interacting with the shop sign at any time between 12:00 and 17:59.

  • The shop automatically closes at 18:00, but the player can close it earlier by interacting with the sign again.
  • The shop can be opened and closed more than once within the 6-hour time period.

Stocking the Tables[edit | edit source]

In order to sell anything, the tabled must first be stocked with items.

  • Open a shop table (press E while standing next to it) and drag an item/stack to one of the slots in the table window. Each table can hold up to 3 different items or stacks.
  • An icon of the item will float above the table, with a number above it indicating how many are available to purchase. (The maximum number of items in a stack depends on the "stacks up to" for that type of item.) If only 1 of the item is stocked, there will be no number above it.
  • Unsold items and stacks can be switched in and out of slots at any time.

Players can sell almost anything in the game.

Restocking while the shop is open[edit | edit source]

The shop can be stocked while it is open. This means the player can potentially sell more than can be stocked at once, which can be useful early game when only one or two tables are available to use.

  • Surplus items to sell should be kept in the player's inventory or in chests nearby.
  • As customers take items from the tables, open a table with an incomplete stack or empty slot and simply add to the stack, switch out an existing item/stack with a different one, or fill an empty slot with a new item.

Selling Items[edit | edit source]

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    While the shop is open, randomly-generated customers will visit the player's shop. They will "browse" the tables, sometimes moving between several before making a choice. Occasionally a customer will browse and then leave without buying anything.
  • Each customer will take 1 item (reducing that stack's inventory count by one) and approach the table with the cash register.
  • To complete the purchase, the player must stand close to the register. A "Sell Item" prompt will appear for each customer. If many customers are bunched together, the game may combine purchases.
  • Completing a transaction accepts the appropriate number of coins from the customer, and they will leave the shop with their purchase.
  • If the player is not nearby to complete purchases, customers will wait in a crowd in front of the register. They will remain until the shop closes at 18:00, at which point they will drop any unsold items and leave the shop. These items must be picked up by the player, or they will disappear by the next day.

Items That Cannot Be Sold[edit | edit source]

While all items can technically be placed in a table slot or the Discount Bin, some quest items cannot be sold, such as the Artifacts or Ancient Relics from the Ruins Area, or Tree Saplings from the Deliver Saplings quest.

Hiring Help[edit | edit source]

  • An assistant can be employed on any given day to manage the player's shop for the day. They will take 20% of each item's price as payment (e.g. you will earn 80 coins for an item worth 100).

Shop Upgrades[edit | edit source]

Shop upgrades can be purchased from Frank through the Upgrade Table. These upgrades lead to an increase in capacity, or how many items the player can put up for sale.

  • Note: If the player has enough coin, they can purchase more than one shop upgrade at a time, since each becomes available on the Upgrade Table immediately after the previous level is purchased. The next morning the shop will be upgraded to the most recent purchase. This can be useful for seasoned players wanting to speed up progression.

Assistant Upgrade[edit | edit source]

  • The Assistant Upgrade adds a sign behind the shop register that allows the player to hire an assistant without having to visit the kiosk in town. The fee per item is still the same.

Discount Bin[edit | edit source]

  • After upgrading to Shop 5, the player can purchase the Discount Bin from the Upgrade Table. A wooden box will be added behind the register, which can hold up to 10 items or stacks at a time.
  • At exactly 18:00, all items in the bin will be "sold", earning the player an amount of coins depending on what level they have upgraded the bin to.
  • At first the player will only get 30% of the item's price (e.g. 30 coins for an item worth 100), but it can be upgraded all the way to 70% (e.g. you will earn 70 coins for an item worth 100).

Sell Price Book[edit | edit source]

  • After purchasing the Sell Price Book upgrade from Frank, the player will be able to see how much a table of items will sell for, which can allow for maximizing profit. The number will display at the bottom of an open table's inventory.
Important Notes:
  • Sell prices do not show automatically, and will only appear after an item/stack is added to the table, added to an existing stack on the table, or moved to another slot in the same table. Closing and reopening the same table will once again not show a price until stock is shifted again.
  • Sell price shows the combined value of all items on the table. It will only show the price for an individual item if that is the only item on the table.

Twitch Integration[edit | edit source]

When a player connects the game to their Twitch stream, viewers who have been active in the stream's chat for the last 6 minutes will appear as customers in the shop with their screen names over the customer's heads. If toggled in settings, messages can also be seen above a viewer's corresponding character.
See Twitch Integration for more details.
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